An open memorial developed for the 50th anniversary of JFK's assassination.
Continuous, non-invasive, optical blood pressure monitoring built for mobile devices.
Small expressions of an interest in information.
Software developed while with Walt Disney Imagineering R&D/CXP in Los Angeles.
A real-time visualization of trending topics during SXSW created with Beak Labs for Samsung Mobile and Twitter, and installed at AMOA-Arthouse.
A 3D laser scanner built with Arduino and Processing, and scans of interior spaces.
A project for people who are grieving.
An amateur radio broadcasting kit designed for students, tinkerers, and hacktivists.
A reference tool for the Processing IDE.
Sculpture and sound installed in a vacant warehouse at 425 Bedford St. in West Dallas.
An electronic mouthpiece built to censor 1300 memories.
A multidisciplinary performance choreographed by McArthur Fellow Shen Wei.
An ensemble performance of movement and combat.
Other work in computation, modeling, and design.
Savannah Niles is an artist/researcher based in Cambridge, MA. She is a graduate student at the MIT Media Lab.